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Old 08-14-2013, 08:54 AM   #1
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Lake Bistineau or Beaver Dam - Louisiana

In November we plan on taking a trip around Louisiana. We will start at Poverty Point in Delhi and then move over to one of the following campgrounds. After that we will head to North Toledo Bend Campground and then over to Natchez heading back home.

Which one would ya'll recommend? I have read one negative on Beaver Dam is going through downtown Minden to get to it.



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We paid to overnight at lake b. Drove thru to find our site and backed out it was so tight
But the wife didn't like the look of the 'clientelle' so we weren't staying anyway :-)

Ending up going west to tall pines - nice little park, but only for an overnight' didn't even unhook the truck and left early so only hooked up elec and opened the slides
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A very nice place to camp in the Bistineau area is at the Katachee National Forest RV Park in Minden LA about 20 miles from the Bistineau RV Park. It is about 10 miles off I-20. Two beautiful lakes and the lake where the RV Park is does not allow motor boats so it is very quiet. It usually is only 1/2 full. 30/50 Amp and water. Dump station available. If you have a "America the Beautiful" Senior Pass it is down to $8.00 a night. All are back-ins with plenty of room between sites. Great place to camp.

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A very nice place to camp in the Bistineau area is at the Katachee National Forest RV Park in Minden LA about 20 miles from the Bistineau RV Park. It is about 10 miles off I-20. Two beautiful lakes and the lake where the RV Park is does not allow motor boats so it is very quiet. It usually is only 1/2 full. 30/50 Amp and water. Dump station available. If you have a "America the Beautiful" Senior Pass it is down to $8.00 a night. All are back-ins with plenty of room between sites. Great place to camp.

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